Canadian surgeon pleads guilty in the United States
National Post, January 10, 2008
A Canadian neurosurgeon has pleaded guilty in an Arkansas court to taking kickbacks from medical-device suppliers. The surgeon agreed to pay the U.S. government and a whistleblower $1.5 million in compensation, and could receive five years in jail when he is sentenced.
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